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  • Next for regulating Uber

    Next for regulating Uber

    Open data is better for customers.

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  • Virginia’s tobacco haze

    Virginia’s tobacco haze

    The tobacco commission needs a makeover.

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  • North-White-Rock-Flint-Ville

    North-White-Rock-Flint-Ville

    It’s time to name this place.

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  • A spot on the Mall

    A spot on the Mall

    Pershing Park isn’t right for the WWI memorial.

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